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Analytical formulas for effective drift, diffusivity, run times, and run lengths are derived for an intracellular transport system consisting of a cargo attached to two cooperative but not identical molecular motors (for example, kinesin-1 and kinesin-2) which can each attach and detach from a...
In this paper, a double-pivot simplex method is proposed. Two upper bounds of iteration numbers are derived. Applying one of the bounds to some special linear programming (LP) problems, such as LP with a totally unimodular matrix and Markov decision problem with a fixed discount rate, indicates...
The geodesic flows are studied on real forms of complex semi-simple Lie groups with respect to a left-invariant (pseudo-)Riemannian metric of rigid body type. The Williamson types of the isolated relative equilibria on generic adjoint orbits are determined.
We introduce a novel intrinsic volume concept in tropical geometry. This is achieved by developing the foundations of a tropical analog of lattice point counting in polytopes. We exhibit the basic properties and compare it to existing measures. Our exposition is complemented by a brief study of...
We prove that the field generated by the Fourier coefficients of weakly holomorphic Poincaré series of a given level...
In this paper, we prove an explicit version of a function field analogue of a classical result of Odoni (Mathematika 22(1):71–80, 1975) about norms in number fields, in the case of a cyclic Galois extensions. In the particular case of a quadratic extension, we recover the result Bary-Soroker et...
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